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hundreds of protesters. mornings on 2 starts now. >> this is ktvu mornings on 2. good morning. thank you for joining us on this friday morning april 28th i'm pam cook. >> everybody knows it's your favorite day. good morning. i'm dave clark. steve paulson is in his office. >> starting today we're having some issues here. not me personal ly personally cloud cover high pressure as zoomed out of the pishlgt. a little cool out there. 40s, 50s on the temps. 39 kelseyville. i guess so. 42 calastoga so it's still cool but all signs point towards sunshine and a warm up mainly
higher locations. it will be there. it will be a lovely spring day as temperatures are warming up near average each above for some. 60s, 70s to mid 70s. 4:01 on on a friday. >> better than 4:01 on a monday. >> ain't that the truth. hey how about that draft. >> i like what i see so far. all right. so we'll see what happens in round two and round three but all of us football geeks are watching closely. let's go ahead and take a look at the altima pass. this is a good time for you to get out there. traffic looks good from livermore to dublin and to hayward. also looking at 280 in san jose. it it has been a nice drive
getting up to highway 17. and if you're driving on the east shore freeway from the carquinez bridge to the bay shore bridge it it looks good. all right. sal we're starting with develops news we want to show you some live pictures. police say the suspect accused of shooting and killing a woman near the lindsey wild life experience center. that's the museum and wild life
center that's popular with children. >> we decided to do a lock down procedure and then we waited to hear from police. >> now again the stand off in martinez continues this morning. ktvu's lee martinez heading to the scene and she will have a life report coming up in just a bit. meantime in berkley a large police presence was designed to keep the bro test. not to accommodate a speech by skftive commentator ann coulter. more on the fall out and yesterday's protest. and said he was in custody for expressing his opinion. >> i have a need to be here and
protect freedom of speech. >> there was plenty of opinion going around. >> donald trump wants to add $50, $60 billion to the military budget. >> america doesn't take no for an answer. >> headliner gavin mcginn necessary a conservative pro voktor who read the speech. >> the fact that any immigrants are on welfare proves we're not taking the right immigrants. another canadian chimed in. >> we are going to be the ones getting tired. you can already see it's going to be anti-that are going to be the ones. >> donald trump go away. >> trump opponents were noisy but on the perimeter with a heavy police presence keeping the two sides apart. duelling bull horns but during
earlier clashes this month and last. this time the so-called black protesters didn't show. >> we're showing up with the idea. >> so while some were gerted with shields and helmets throwing words not fists was a welcomed change. >> the vast majority of berkley left supports free speech. someone like ann coulter to speak and they implore she wasn't allowed to speak. >> who decides what it is and what it isn't. >> by day's end five arrests in and around the park. resisting arrest and trying to insight a riot. but berkley police called it a relatively peaceful event. >> at least we're not hitting each other with sticks and pepper spray. we're heading in the right direction marry a bridge can be
built. at least now there's a chance. ktvu fox 2 news. >> ann coulter will address the crowd in month des modesto tonight. >> my hateful speech the theme of it obviously was going to be a searingly brilliant speech of immigration but the main point of it was federal written law on immigration developed over generations by democrats and republicans should be inforced. >> another polarizing right wing figure is returning to the spotlight. milo yiannopoulos is planning to return to u.c. berkley. >> just because you don't agree with their ideas be warned i'm coming for you. >> you'll recall his speech at cal was cancelled because of violent protest. later he lost a book contract
and resigned from bright bard over controversial statements about under aged sex. he has released a video which he is calling cinco de milo. you will find more videos from the rally in berkley. time is now 4:07. three san francisco police officers recovering after a car crash last night. it happened at 15th and mission just before 11:00 p.m. two police patrol cars collided while responding to an emergency call. two officers were in one car. one officer was in the other. the three injured officers were taken to the hospital. their injuries were described as moderate. well a former teacher at a private school in san mateo has been arrested for allegedly taking provoktivevocative
photos. and then taking photos. >> every time we get a case that involves a teacher we realize we're dealing with a violation of the deepest trust a parent could have. they gave their small children to this teacher. >> well the teacher has been remodified from the school. prosecutors say he did not touch any of the girls. they're also investigating if any of those photos were shared on websites. well the u.s. could be headed into a major conflict with north korea. that is the assessment of president trump this morning. ominous words as the commander in chief marks 99 days in office today. doug luzader has more in washington. >> members in congress on capitol hill have been briefed on the north korea threat but it's the president's blunt message that's really getting attention this morning. new video this morning out of
north korea. military drills and rhetoric heating up. what is dictator kim jung un planning. >> there's a chance that we could end up having a major, major conflict with north korea absolutely. >> it's no secret that north korea has been scrambling to develop both nuclear weapons and long range missiles. >> when those come together. >> homeland security secretary john kelly spoke of the danger while secretary of state tells fox that there is a diplomatic path here that china has agreed to lean on north korea. >> and we were told by the chinese that if they perform china will be taking sanction
actions on its own. >> the new poll shows that a majority 53% of registered voters favor military action to stop north korea's nuclear weapons program. back at home meantime the president's legislative agenda has stalled some what on capitol hill but a temporary spending bill. and that would be good news for the president. when he marked 100 days in office. in washington doug luzader fox news. time is 4:10. a controversial court ruling on equal pay. why a federal court says it's okay to pay women less than men under certain circumstances. >> about every day i cheat. >> why do you cheat? >> sometimes i might not have
enough money for it. >> bart has a late night meeting to address fare cheats. how they're planning to crack down on passengers who don't pay their fares. yes, the fuel is complimentary for up to three years. yes, it has an epa-estimated range of 312 miles. yes, you will probably have to answer lots of silly questions from strangers. yes, this is a mind-blowing marvel of technology. and, yes, you can buy it today- because the future doesn't start next week, next month or next year...
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given five years of probation, and required to perform 10,000 hours of community service. we are deeply sorry. we failed our customers in san bruno. while an apology alone will never be enough, actions can make pg&e safer. and that's why we've replaced hundreds of miles of gas pipeline, adopted new leak detection technology that is one-thousand times more sensitive, and built a state-of-the-art gas operations center. we can never forget what happened in san bruno. that's why we're working every day to make pg&e the safest energy company in the nation. welcome back to mornings on 2. two cable car conductors accused of stealing cash fares. yesterday in court cable car conductor david reyes pleaded
not guilty. to similar chargeses. now authorities say $32,000 in cash was found in williams's home but they haven't said yet if that money was from cable car fares. >> board's board of directors work last night to crack down on fare. in revenues from passengers who don't pay. ktvu was at the rare nighttime meeting where bart's board discussed changes. most people who use bart don't expect a free ride but one passenger told us he does fare cheats once a week. >> when somebody tries to piggy back behind me. it's almost like a standard. they just let it go. >> it didn't take long to see several people go through the swing gates. >> sometimes i go through the
elevator. >> this 29-year-old tells me she doesn't pay. >> how often do you not pay them. >> average about every day i cheat. >> why do you cheat? >> because sometimes i might not have enough money for it. >> the unemployed college student says she's been caught. and would pay if she had a job. >> i'm paying yes i'm frustrated but it's one of those situations there's not much i can do about it. >> at the bart board meeting there was a discussion about ways the transit agency can try to stop fare cheats. they include purchasing these new hand held devices. other suggestions include hiring six enforcement officers stalling 5' high glass barriers and closing all the swing gates to allow access for the
disabled. the changes haven't been approved yet but are likely to be. >> bart is not as fast moving as our trains are and so i have to say that it will take a little while. >> passengers who ride bart daily say it costs them hundreds of dollars. they don't think it's fair they pay and others don't. >> amber lee ktvu fox 2 news. all right. time is 4:16. let's get you out the door. sal it's early are people driving on the roads already. >> oh, yeah. you know, when you come into work are you the only one out there? >> i'm definitely not. >> and we always try to figure out who is going to work besides television news anchors, garbage men maybe, stock traders or you. you can always let me know what you're doing. nurses, firefighters, police
officers. gilroy to san jose traffic moving along pretty well. i'm absolutely sure i didn't mention probably a lot of people who are up early going to work. if you're driving into morgan hill right now the traffic is moving along very well. loss altos and the traffic on 237 looks good from 880 all the way out to 101. this is a look at 280 in san jose and at the bay bridge toll plaza it is lightly traveled. so right now you have a pretty good window of opportunity as you drive to work. 4:17. i forgot meteorologists are on the road at that time too. >> produce people. >> and construction. a lot of construction. >> there you go. >> maybe that will be the question we throw out there. you're up this early what do you do. if you enjoyed yesterday i think it was nice. we're going to have even warmer weather. now a lot of people are writing
me facebook, steve, my weather app says 90 next week is that true? it's possible. this is always based on the geo forecast. we'll see. warming pattern. warmer trend is in place today and into the weekend. it might be a little cooler on sunday then we'll rebound again. looks good tonight for the padres. your padres are in tonight pamela. >> yes. >> clear skies. 64 north breeze at 16. looks good for everything today. i think i'm just going to record this and rerun it 40 times today. feet up on the desk. and 40s and 50s on the temps. 50 in santa rosa. 44 out by the concord pavilion. so it is a little cool here for some. livermore to brentwood. a 10-degree difference.
trying to find that north wind and also towards novato. but then fairfield and napa and concord have a south breeze. mainly up in the higher elevations also on the coast. 27 truckee. 43 ukiah. over the grapevine. also down towards los angeles santa barbara. the wind advisories. although the system look at the system dyeing in towards -- diving in towards arizona. we'll eez back a tiny bit on sunday and then warmer weather. >> wow. >> then it looks much cooler the following weekend. >> what are you going to do for allergy people. >> you know, i can't help you. >> it's going to be bad. i feel it in my sciences sinuses
this morning. >> you need to be medicated. time is 4:20. storms in the southeast caused severe damage the at least two people were killed. trees were thrown on top of houses and all this comes as many there are still cleaning up after hurricane matthew destroyed property across the eastern half of north carolina. >> it's a little devastating but we got through the first one so we're going to get through the second one. >> now police say one woman died as she tried to get around several barricades. clear skies are in the forecast today. 4:20 is the time right now. a change of plans.
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have died in that civil war since it began six years ago. time is now 4:23. two u.s. soldiers were killed in afghanistan. it happened in eastern afghanistan on wednesday. u.s. army rangers joined afghan troops on a raid when they were attacked. we don't yet know the names of the two officers. the pentagon also says dozens of isis fighters were killed. now the commander of u.s. forces in afghanistan called the fight against isis important for the security of the world. but he also said and i'm quoting sadly it is not without sacrifice. well president trump heads to atlanta today to appear before the annual convention of the national rifle association. president trump will be the first sitting president to address the n ra since ronald reagan back in 1983. the guns rights group played a major role in the president's
election last november providing critical support in battle ground states. and polls show the president still has very strong support among members of the nra. >> just because trump's on our side. he's all about the little guy. so we're glad to have him. >> the secret service is telling those attending president trump's speech to the nra today that they must leave the guns outside. time is 4:25. united airlines reached a settlement with the 69-year-old doctor who was dragged off an overbooked flight earlier this month. that cellphone video shows dr. david dow being forced off the plane and the video immediately went viral. it led to outrage across the country. now both sides have agreed they're going to keep the semgtsment amount confidential. however, the united airlines said it was quote an ammicable resolution of that unfortunate incident. it's also led to united airlines
making several changes. they include limiting law enforcement to handling only safety and security measures and issues and also reducing the amount of overbookings. other changes include increasing customer compensation up to $10,000 for giving up a seat on the plane. establishing a customer solutions team providing a creative solution to high very intense conflicts. and no last-minute boarding for united flight crews. for now on they'll need to be booked onto a flight before a departure. another airline changed policies yesterday. last year it bumped 15,000 passengers. southwest ceo says the airline has been thinking about ending overbooking for a long time because there are fewer and fewer no-shows.
but the united airlines incident pushed them to make that change sooner. time is 4:26. a new social media scandal at a bay area high school. why the principal had to reach out to parents again weeks after a racist instagram account by students was discovered. >> and up next we go live to martinez where police are still involved in a standoff situation with a homicide suspect. >> good morning. we see traffic is still pretty light in many areas. not looking bad here on interstate 880 in oakland. >> and a good looking friday forecast if you're looking for sunshine if warmer temps and if you want good baseball weather the padres are in town. it looks beautiful. clear skies.
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that is elvis costello. >> steve always knows the music of elvis costello on a beautiful friday morning. that's how we start you off, pam. >> it always kind of gets you bopping. >> good morning. thank you for joining us for mornings on 2. it's april 28th i'm dave clark. >> i'm pam cook thank you for waking up with us. not to be confused with elvis. >> thank you. thank you very much. >> calling elvis. is anybody home? somebody out there will get that. we do have clear skies and it's going to be a beautiful day and a nice night for night baseball. a little north breeze but